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    Side by Side Picture

    This is probably a stupid question but how do you create one picture with two pictures in it. Like side by side.

    Like this one.

    Nikon D3S
    5-35mm F3.5-5.6
    8-105mm F3.5-5.6
    50mm F1.4
    85mm F1.8
    70-300 F4.5

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    ShootSac by Jessica Claire



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    In Photoshop, first create your new canvas. It will let you specify the size that you want.
    Then all you need to do, is open the images you want and their copy/paste them into the new canvas, or drag & drop them in. They will become new layers on your blank canvas. You can move them around, change their size, edit each one separately etc.
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    Oh my gosh. I can't believe I never thought of that. I'm such a Noob. Thank you Mike.
    Nikon D3S
    5-35mm F3.5-5.6
    8-105mm F3.5-5.6
    50mm F1.4
    85mm F1.8
    70-300 F4.5

    SB-900
    ShootSac by Jessica Claire

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    In Photoshop, first create your new canvas. It will let you specify the size that you want.
    Then all you need to do, is open the images you want and their copy/paste them into the new canvas, or drag & drop them in. They will become new layers on your blank canvas. You can move them around, change their size, edit each one separately etc.
    Another way to modify this is dragging one image onto another. Collage style

 

 

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